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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 March 1909

U.S. DEMANDS THAT ARMY BE DISBANDED KNOX S ISSUES i ORDBB •■ THAT ***i» NICARAGUA BOLDIKRS LAY DOWN ARSIS. :*sJ* U/i. --, v -., < - ;y^. ■ ■■- ■■' ■r-^-._-; -, ■ ,-.,., . f >,♦ •'. (By United Press ' leased Wire.) - WASHINGTON, D. C. March 18. —President Zelaya of Nicara cua today received from Secretary Knox 1 ructions which ; make ;It ■i'"i /plain« that v the ( Nlcaraguan .- army :,*':> muiH, -; be • disbanded ; at | once > and ,i:•'. the Emory ' claim *. settled ; without |&<a«uy.*^?^v- '-*.."<•■' vr-i^'-'t':'^' "n. * HBp Secretary Knox's action '. follow ;?,fid 'a; conference ! yesterday . after fx-[ noon 1 between the representatives fi;;of the Central American republics, I!!the. Mexican minister -and Knox. •, SiS^The> secretary, of . state :at -. that "j.* time made I It: plain that the new i>' ad ministration would j not tolerate i-t: any further disturbances 'in s Cen tral America. v.-.-^-v. v. v-*- .'■ • :"*. ■•? HAMLET FOUND NOT GUILTY A large c...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

Brimming Full With Snappy Up-to-Date Features VOL. 6. NO. 7O RESERVOIRS BURST; TOWN IS FLOODED HOUSES CRUMPLE LIKE PAPER BOXES Parkersburg, W. Va., Is Overwhelmed by Disas ter—Three Dead Bod ies Recovered. (Bf TTnlted Press leased tt'ire.) PARKKRSBURG, W. Va., Mar. 19. —The bodies of three pedsons were recovered from the wreck age of forty houses which were overwhelmed this morning by the bursting of two large reservoirs above the city. Four persons were fatally in jured, while many others sustain ed injuries which, though serious, Will not prove fatal. The flooded ruins are being searched and it is expected that more bodies will be found. The dead recovered bo far re lK>rted are: WALTER WAGGLE. MRS. WALTER WAGGLE and CHILD. The reservoirs burst with a thunderous roar, and that more were not killed was due to the noise made by the surging flood which enabled many families to flee to migher ground. Faces Serious Famine. Shortly after the waters inun dated the buildings in their pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

KsT PICTURES OF JOHNSON i AND HIS WHITE WIFE p ; pMja«k ;John«on and his wife,'snapped by'i Times staff photogra. Jnat(before • landing from •a be steamer a Time* arrival at Van* , jnat before landing from the steamer on their arrival at Van er f B. C. Mrs. Jack Johnson as she looked on her arrival at Vancouver, jU. C. Thin was the first, picture taken of the white wife of the heavy . Weight champion after her arrival. It was snapped especially for the 1 Ttmem. ! t .*. •■■■■•■■■•■•■:■.•■;. = ■ iihjkw-"-^^.?!^)?' ■ • PAPKE-FLYNN iIFIGHT TONIGHT §18 LOS ANGELES. March . 19. — One i fighter is going ■to : take his •eat In the "lias been club" after -tonight's 10-round battle at Na<nd Junction. ;:* Billy I Papke j 'hopes to vtMMit Jim Flynn and : regain his i position : as contender , for middle weight honors and the Ooloradan •1 Intends. to ■ retrieve the honors he %as lost in his series of recent defeats. '■■■>'-".: •■, '•. -v. -SKT-r ■ """ ' SUO FORMS un hthut c %: --*': ' CLUB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

ONE MAN DEAD, ANOTHER INSANE, FOUND IN SHACK; MYSTERY SURROUNDS CASE (By United Press Leased Wire.) PERNIB, B. C, March 19.—Ef forts are being made by the au thorities here today to learn the Identity of the man found in a demented and half frosen condi tion in a shack near the Great Northern station Wednesday. In a bed in the house was another man who had been dead about two days. By the side of the dead Drops Out of Sight On Eve of Wedding GROOM MYSTERIOUSLY DISAP- I'lAliS JUST PREVIOUS TO MARRIAGE—FOUL PLAY IS FEARED. (It.v United Press Leased Wire.) . CHELAN, Wash.. March 19.— Heartbroken and on the verge of collapse, Miss Lizzie Thompson is today anxiously awaiting word of the whereabouts of her fiance, Van Adams, who mysteriously dis appeared Wednesday evening just before the hour set for their wed ding. The groom had purchased and fully furnished a home. Wednes day evening Adams borrowed a horse and saddle to go to Lake side for his wedding clothes. At the hour for the weddin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

__9_____B_BB____[ _____s__^__^_*^_"^ mnmm » mn j ivwui} ;: man g stnn>_.T -s mr ■-■ m - ■_• _L___»^sw_P A W^MfIVRMfW %^%^^^_aß J_h^SJ __ ygllfcli-ÜBTKM^fn* OOMMKROK ___U__T> POSTOFFICB BOX Hi g; B^Mwfaai-rt t_e poatoftlc* at Taooma. TTaa_. as aaooad-ela_i matter PQRATHIO BBRVICII OF~UNITBU PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. r JjkMnilFC B"*tD— Offlea .... « ..Mala 788, AJTBS FuUllLaY Clrc"l*tJp* •***»«• Mala 78*. AITS* I;:* *wvll*-v._Mttor__ Pep*. ........... , .Mala 704, A 1732 If; I J^ffiSS«S^& TERMS lOK j HI'BBCRIPTIOK. ,^~' -; ; *:. r-„ >/■■. v,:i !>.-" MttMl«nt;» copy, ;■«««■ miv a week by carrier e# by malli Ml •■» «_a*a a _____ by ian Ist or by Mail; alx month* by mall. 91.801 It a rwi by mall, 98,70. §!ss«■■ >: runs i IS £ i 'IVtfgysK :-:' OKII INDEPBITD-KC "■; ■ I TAOOMA'S ''"^SagU^* KEWHPAPKB. | INHERITANCE TAX |W Young Mr. Rockefeller must (hare concocted the Inheritance tax I IP***.** th» new tariff bill. Study the following 'provision*: A tax I feW am* per oent on di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

LOCAL FIRMS BID ON STATE AID When bids for the new state aid Indian Ferry-Stuck road were opened at Olympia, only two firms contested for the contract, both being Tacoma concerns. The road Is to be one and srven elghths miles long, and will ex tend from the city limits of Ta coma to the intersection of the Gilllam-Klncaid county road. The; bids, as submitted to the state commissioner are. Joseph Wells, 922,997, and Edward Moore, .923,010. Contract for the construction of the Uilllam-Kinoaltl road will be let as soon as the entire right . of-way is secured by the company. CENSUS B LL PASSED AGAIN (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, March 19. — The house passed the census bill yesterday amending it to provide modified civil service in the ap pointment of clerks. The bill was passed last session, but vetoed by Roosevelt because it did not pro vide for the appointment of clerks by civil service. LYNCiIT BY MOB ELKINS, W. Va., March 19.— For shooting and probably fatal ly wounding...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

I BSUJKQHAM, March 10.— I k*W United wireless, station • here I !■>••*■ that no message baa been I «cr*«d p tailing jOl • a .*. reported I it^Wck te the sound, but the agent I any* thai an * amateur operator who 1 baa 'Installed • wireleaa sta tfoa reported late laat night that * be had caught a message that 'a Tesael was ashore near this coast. Tbe words of the message were f fjpMfnaed bat the operator thought | Ine name of the transport Logan IW mentioned and several live* Were said to have been lost.,:;;-;' JSZZtfbm United wireless operator Is teeKned Ito believe"; that the re i ported wreck Is a myth. T.- --^' J&] •*> V. S. ATTORNEY NAMED. WASHINGTON, ;: March 19.— ■f President Taft today < nominated Jtobert T. Devlin as nlted States '&. attorney for the northern district p«s California. . He holds the of ■ce at present. ■•-■.■':' ■■' ■•.■;' ■*■ POSTMASTERS APOIXTED L (By United Press Tjeased .Wire.) I WASHINGTON, March 19. — pi "President Taft today nominated I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

' REAL ESTATE I BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMES — ACHEAQB I I $150 Cash and $16 per month buys new bungalow, bath room, hot and cold ■water, electric lights, finished in slash grain fir; everything new and up-to-date; 2 good lots, on grade, fine location, on So. 36th St. Price $1,500. * E. F. Gregory Co., Inc. iao Twelfth Street Wholsaling an Addition has jirovsd a marked success In the sale of Miller's Addition While making a quick turn for the owner, It klvps a rnre opportun ity for Investment or speculation for tho man of small means, who in this case Is placed on an equal with tho big Investor or man with capital. The method of handling this addition has been greatly appreciated by all who have gone ovof H*e ground, as in a week's time wu have sold all but 11 blocks out of tliu 34 contained In the addition. i The Price Is $650 a Block Terms, $100 cash and balance on very easy payments. Just think for a moment. You can g.'t a block of 13 lots for the same price you would pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 March 1909

i "FRENZIED FINANCE" SCHEME IN THE BUD AKRHST MAN WHO I CONFESS :&V&''.TOf, JIKFRADINO I IiOCAIi MERCHANTS. W. G. Herrlngton, arrested lwt evening by Detectives ackler and Huckaba and charged with being a suspicions dharaoter, oon- I tessed this morning to a little game of "frenzied finance" that would have "made his rtoh quiok if the policemen had only stayed «W«y." Herriagton is a painter and paper hanger. His scheme was to get the con- "SOCIALISM" ATTACKED BY COLONEL ROOSEVELT '^ (By United Press lieaaed Wire.) psa NEW YORK, March —In a * Signed 1 article *win *v* this > week's "Outlook" ; ?f.' former«S . President Roosevelt -; attacks: "socialism" as Hti now practiced throughout the I world and In part says: '■'.? ".-"■ v Northwest Grocery Co. 7'Sn Nearly everything in the line of '< staple groceries Is on the advance. I Flour, sugar, : lard, * meats, pota if toes, etc., all Bhow a decided up ward tendency. Buy now and buy I liberally: is 'our advice to all eco nom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

The Times Sport Page Is Always Brimming Full With Snappy Up-to-Date Features VOX. «. NO. 77 COOPERS GUILTY; SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS\ BOOST RANSOM TO $25,000 Kidnapers Demand More Money for Re turn of Little Boy-Mother of Child Collapses Under Strain SHARON, Pa., March 20. —A new letter from the kid napers of Billy Whitla, rais ing the ransom from $10,000 to $25,000, is said to have been received by the boy's father today, according to the statement of a man closely associated with Attorney' Shilling, who Is leading the search here. . It was mailed at a town in Ohio but not the same one as that from which the first letter was Bent. .-" * Mrs. Whitla collapsed today un der the terrific strain. The or deal through which she has pass ed bravely up to this time finally broke her strength. She could stand it no longer and now is In danger of a complete nervous breakdown. She had hardly slept at all since her little son was stolen., . . Attorney Whitla, the father, seems greatly discouraged ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

9!!Bi£*S5S!r>Sfe-.. ...,«■ ■;*e»;'2'v>i * *'K!'': --^ -<»i >*J- »..JH«j*«rfSv- 1 i«>H.:,-*t'''''»i»>*' 1i . > .. . '-i^.^«(L«»»a»8loSi&ti-i »-»_*-3«"':' ■---•■-. t-.vr-*siV ■■yfivjvt-! ?>«■«■• TRACK ATHLETES ARE OUT FOR WORK i Tb« high school atehletes got on \■:& ttWir abbreviated ' breaches yester -4*7 i ud : cavorted - around I the ■ old Mti 'l-M." C. A. field J doing various stunts tto • show they j ar« eligible for the "team" this year. There is \ #*» biff ! »quad of candidates 3 and 1 it S 1**111". *K*»Ji. considerable • sifting » to ?get th»*BUra out this time. ' .*• * I Mi&rWiUUnt meet will be April 17, | " rlien ; .the ..• sophomore-freshman [ f Joint «i*et with Lincoln high >of ! Seattle will take place. .>■'•.;■ ! *SW»AYMIIE 1^ IS CALLED OFF r^Sit'i too cold for baseball, so the I . pftme that was to have been paly- S«« Sunday will not come off. an [ K«r Ball $ has enough players I round now to about man a team, ! bat he will let ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

SHINGLEMEN ASK FOR PROTECTION DEMAND THAT CONGRESS RAISE TARIFF—CANADIANS CROWDING THEM OUT OF TUB MAKKKT. Not only are the lumbermen of the Pacific coast to carry their fight for a $2 tariff on lumber Into congress, but the shlnglemen are not eatls&ed with the present schedule which was left intact by the ways and means committee. They will aek congress for an in crease of twenty cents per thou CONTRACT FOR ELECTRIC LINE DAYTON-WALLA WALLA TBOL l.i:v ROAD WORK BEGINS IN TEN DAYS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WALLA WAULA, March 20. — "W. S. Matthias, general manager of the Columbia & Walla Walla Valley Traction company, the or iginal company which projected an electric line from Dayton through Walla WalKa to Wallula, ■has announced that the contract for the construction of the entire line hae been awarded McLeod & DuHseurt. contractors for the North Bank and North Coast roads. He declares that one sub contract has already been let. Work, he says, will be commenc ed wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

WMfTHE TACOMA'TIMES BH HtoUHOCD BVBRT feVVMItW MXCWFt (KmDAT BY TUB fflß TAOostA nma rmuamnm compact EBB WWCE—7*B COMMERCE OTKEET; POBTOFFICE BOX 128 HB| Ilniil at. the po»tofflc« »t Taooma, «Vm*. as —cs>nd-cUss matter. MSB JKrORAfHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PIUBSa ASSOCIATIONS. «R:'lkllAllCC>''BaiiiMH Off toe ........•■ . ..Mala 78S, All**' mßm l\ Oln mlmt Urn DMi Mali 788, AITB3 tHg:POßyl?lr.y»U««>rt*lPe|»«. bsctutmom. TH *1733 BKQHI Om eeat • eof*. iem em • «Mk ir •*»« ' *'.??,!' B|MI mt Mb a mo-th by carrier or »y ouOls •«« murtJb* by mall. 91001 P% thk mm i» a»xwk only indbpbitoem JSUHK tacoma-s .^^Bff^^ - rewaPAPmß. iSUHrca<m'U»<»ddr«M<label of. «»ch p»p»^. - Whan' that data *"'"•• {* HMB.mr aulMcrlptlon haa not •■alo b»«n paid :« ad a«e«. your nam» I. }CT^^tlS»» tt»m th* U«t- ■■■ A ehan»a of dat* on tha addr— labal U a recwlpL SS^iS'■«*•*■•»!«■■■ TO lOBIICKIIiE]I! —mioiua > your copy of the Tiroes t?.ii to SjKvß^riMa you by • o'clock any evening, pleu* do or th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

A __^^^^^^^-J^^^-\_W\W !j * 1 —'■*"* ' ________________m_______________t______________ _____W. _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k '*^m. AT THE TACOMA. - Abounding; in catchy songs, «lt flcult dances and unique scenic ef " fecnot forgetting • the ■ girls— 'The Girl Question" made Us in itial appearance before a Taconia theater.-' audience ;last night and apparently ' sttefled the well-filled house. The much- heralded mus ical show Is similar in many re spects to the famous ; successes which preceded it, "The Time, the Place and the Girl," and "A Stub _, born Cinderella," and yet, in other ways, there' Is almost a painful lack of resemblance. Of course one does not expect a deep plot in a musical show, and especially not in a "girl" show, but when the same set of scenery la maintained throughout the three long acts of a musical com edy, as In "The Girl Question," the novelty of the presentation Is quick to wear off, and the acts .take on a sober, careworn appear ance. Paul Nicholson and Elsie Scott, ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

FIVE BRAND NEW HOUSES Within One Block of This School IFOR SALE FOR SO DAYS < ALSO -^ tes-^ON^li-'-^;; :/ LOTS AT $85 AND UP IN TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER. TOWNBITE OF MIDLAND. ' y» 3 £EE|EEg.fcdEE3 pr-^pisq f?=|! == = = z= =.'i ==* =a I f ? -■ / •• m^ . ,* ■ i ftrZ 0 ZZZ ______: * ==: === 3 ttfPLAND g » mj*l— > ' % mm — 5 --■_■ ■. v ——- IS J==*• == o A • » =3 |S _S _3£ -tfc g z2£ SE * ■ :■;- SSS §s. T"*"~" -. _y _—•_ _,____b_ 111 __^^^^ • fj ■ i _ jss ■ • i ' ■ _____ ; HH ■' Jh> . m: |y -—- .*•; ' School ? ——< f^£^§--i__i_ _—__' • 'jr,. ■. . ~!i ill ill ill Pi =E — — =1= =1= =?= • SSI; — & ••■" ZZZI ' -'. ZZZZ '' " '";" ■—-q' Bo t»fczza 1 faoTI 7Ol /ag-J hg+rt *,k^H Bia-J-, &</y»/S</f> Ot/9 £/*7« ■■«■■■—BM^.a^ 1^; ; GARRErSON-PALMtR AGENCY ; - Phone* Main 609; A 1609. , Fidelity Bidg. *«*« y-nn '.-. - -■■ > ■ - , -...-■■■ ■..; "'- -• _- ;-.r.;rf»>r" .'. .«-sj;, ||t^«-.",..;,: .. ;• ; ..;/ ■„--."7:-,- " ■"-. -■.'■:, —■-"- -'•-; ' t*%:«-''i-'! "■■■■■■ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—TACANT LOTS — HOtOH — ACRBAOB if: Heed President Earling of the Milwaukee "Timm will become • creator eltjr thus Baa FrancUm." If thin diction (•■win*, «*« ».iu»b urn wk« l»u> —aad kola it— will Urn Asters tarn. VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGES I •> goo Lota 17 to 20 Inclusive, block 24, Buckley add., corner X oar . line; level, clear, sewer, cement walks; room for 8 houses; | complete abstract. 82« Byrd'» add., S. E. cor. No. S«th and $ 1,760 —Lots 1 and 2, block 82, Byrd's add., S. K. cor. No. 36th and I ' 150—Lot 1 In west H block 68, Cascade add.; nice corner, near ■hops. I 1,500 —Lots 6 and 6, block 8. Chapman's part Bteilacoom. 1(2x132 | 2,500 LotsTl and 24 Inc.. block 60, Coulter's add. Business corner 30 ooo—TMtriaada* known as lot 10, section 2«, township 21. range S iju.uuu—-. one of the best platting propositions In the choice tide land area; contains 9.17 acres (100 lots); crossed by Lincoln ■ aye. and Hylebos creek; adjoins the box factory. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 March 1909

SCRAP IN GORDON CASE GOES TO HIGH COURT fßy United Press I**m><J Wire.) OLYMPIA, March 20.—Super ior Judge Huneke of Spokane •canty has been cited to show cause here next Friday why be 'bas prohibited the prosecuting at torney from taking stenographic notes of Spokane grand Jury pro ceedings in the Root-Gordon scan dal matter. A writ of certiorari returnable next Friday was Issued by the su preme court after the petition had been presented and argued by Prosecuting Attorney Pugh. IOTED ACTRESS I SUFFERER FROI BRIQHT'S DISEASE <By United Press Teased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, March 20. — Madame Helena Modjeska's con . dttion is unchanged today, accord } Ing to a statement given the Unlt : «d Press by her physician, Dr. J. S. Boyd, of Santa Ana. The fa mous actress 1b believed to be dying and there Is little hope that ■be will be aftle to rally from her : present condition. She is suf fering from Blight's disease which Is augmented by heart trou ble. BOUND OVER FOR NOT SUPPORTING H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

; ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? It mo, dna't forget «i> xlTt the Tinea carrier roar new ■ddreaa. By doing thle or *y trlrphnnlnK the Tinea nt floe. Main 7SS or lad. 4 173.1. you mill he aanared of not - »i»hlk ■ .Intel,. ropy of < i.ur paper. The 1 !».<■» carrier ' ayatrm covera the whole city and the anbnrba.- Yoa ma ; have the TUnea delivered to your door, no Matter when you move. Juat remember to let iv know roar mew ad dreHa. ■ -, . . ..;.,..,,.- :. i ; . -. ' . , »j . . ■ VOL. 6. NO. 78 SENTENCE IN KLEIN CASE May Know Fate today Arguments for New Trial Being Heard By special arrangement with Judge Easterday of the superior court and with Prosecuting Attor ney J. L. McMurray, arguments for and against the motion 'or a pew trial in the oase of Josua Klein were commenced at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Klein will probably be sentenced today, as It Is generally believed that Judge Easterday will overrule the mo tion. According to the verdict of the jury, as submitted to the court. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

l*tfm * MONDAY, MARCH 39 PWWORUft SPOUT WFihey Say Xifaddell j- "Reformed; Wmßm<§?mJ™P°rt JSTetu* Iflt'* True j HOUSTON, Tex., March 19. — Manager ,Jim McAleer will de pend much upon his star south paw, Rube Waddell, to keep the Browns in the fore rank of the American league race this sea son, and if the eccentric pitcher fulfill* his early promise, he will have a wonderful year. Never did "Rube" look as good M he does n(Sw. at this season of "Vh» year. He la down to weight and since striking camp he has be haved himself as never before, and looms up largely in the role of an gel child. With a catcher like Lew Criger. the ex-Boston star, as his battery! mate, Waddell ought to shine. Me-; Aleer declares the big left-hander! has been displaying more stuff than he ever did, which, unless taken with a large spoonful of KNIGHTS FORM BASEBALL TEAM ','• Tacoma Knights of Columbus I bare 'organized ■ a baseball team ' for * tills • summer . and i they - were out yerterday at Che old T. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 March 1909

PAGE) •, MONDAY, MARCH at TELEGRAPHERS CULL OFF PARIS STRIKE THREE-FOURTHS OF KEYMRN WHO QUIT JOI*R ARE HACK AT WORK TOHAY. (By United Press leased Wire.) PARIS, March 22.—At a gen eral meeting of the representa tives of the striking telegraphers and postal employee today, it was unanimously voted that the strik ers should present a demand for ■a written promise that none shall be punished for leaving their posi tions when called on to strike. It was also voted that a demand Should be made for the revoca tion of objectionable orders is sued by Under Secretary Slmyan of postals and 'telegraphs. The strikers have expressed the fear that all government pledges will be disregarded unless they are put in writing. The com mittee to which the demands have been entrusted have planned a conference with Premier Clemen ceau. Three-fourths of the city's tele ffraphere and telephone operators who were on strike are working today. Others are returning to their places nnd tt is expected that by to...

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